## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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REFERENCES Chu , J. S. , S. R. Long and O. M. Phillips , Measurements of the Interaction of Wave Groups with Shorter Wind - Generated Waves , Journal of

REFERENCES Chu , J. S. , S. R. Long and O. M. Phillips , Measurements of the Interaction of Wave Groups with Shorter Wind - Generated Waves , Journal of

**Fluid**Mechanics , 245 , 191-210 , 1992 . Dobson , F. , W. Perrie and B. Toulany ...Page 299

Statistics of the original system are obtained from an equivalent nonlinear system , which is constructed by replacing the Morison drag force by a polynomial function of the relative

Statistics of the original system are obtained from an equivalent nonlinear system , which is constructed by replacing the Morison drag force by a polynomial function of the relative

**fluid**- structure velocity , up to cubic order .Page 300

... coefficients variance of relative

... coefficients variance of relative

**fluid**- structure velocity mean displacement response central moment of displacement response relative**fluid**- structure velocity j - th term of Volterra series zero - mean relative**fluid**structure ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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